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Mon May 9, 2016
Kuglertennis asked:
Sat Mar 5, 2016
Craig asked:
How long do you have to wait until you can buy a new house after u short sold your your first house?can anyone tell me..........
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Thu Aug 13, 2015
Fpies answered:
IF YOU SEE A CRIME CALL!!!! THE MORE CALLS MADE FOR AN AREA , THE POLICE WILL BE ABLE TO SEE WHERE CRIMES ARE BEING COMMITED , & MAY WATCH / PATROL THESE AREAS MORE. IF YOU DO NOT WANT CRIME NEAR Y O U R H O U S E HELP OUR POLICE !!! ... more
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Sun Sep 2, 2012
Steve Fischer answered:
There are three homes on Orion two have garages on one does not.. 3828 has a small garage when I showed it the garage appeared to need some help. 3827 has no garage or carport. 3309 has a two car garage. IIf you are interested in seeing any of them call 368-8491 ... more
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Mon Sep 5, 2011
Stephen Shields answered:
What property?
You have to at least provide an address, + C, S, Z

Stephen Shields, SRS
2010 Elite Club Award
Sibcy Cline Realtors, Eastgate Office
792 Eastgate South Dr, #800 Cincinnati , OH 45245

Cell: (513) 236-3881 E-Fax: 513-985-3545 Office: 513-752-4000 E-mail: sshields@sibcycline.com
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Sun Mar 6, 2011
Cathy Frank answered:
My clients actually bid on this property - $500.00 over list price and we lost. I suggest to clients that they drive the street during the day and at night to see if they are comfortable. In Cincinnati, almost every neighborhood has both nice areas and areas that are less desireable. My advice is to get a good agent to help you look. They should be showing you all neighborhoods that fit your criteria. Don't allow "people" to influence you and lump an entire neighborhood into one label. Pick the right house and location for YOUR needs. Cathy Frank, Comey & Shepherd, 513 478 1296 ... more
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Mon Jan 10, 2011
Mack McCoy answered:
Real estate agents are so not going to answer this question, Valerie, given the provisions of the Fair Housing Act.
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Tue Oct 12, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Much will depend on the rental market in your area, location, condition, etc., --keep in mind that any local agent can help guide you, contact any realty office and inquire.
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Mon Aug 3, 2009
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
The average is around 56.00 a sq ft. That answers your question but it does not give you an idea of the value of a home in Forest Park. That average includes Sherriffs sales, Lender owned properties, and normal resale properties. If you could narrow down your criteria you could get a lot better idea of the value of a home you would be looking at.
You have this home which is under the 56.00 number that needs tons of work.
http://www.sibcycline.com/viewlisting.asp?mls=1184737&b=CIN&p=RESI&s=SFRD&m=0&sender=SearchResults&a=12115-Hitchcock-Dr-Forest-Park-OH-45240
You have this home which is priced over the 56.00 price but is ready to move into.
http://www.sibcycline.com/viewlisting.asp?mls=1134770&b=CIN&p=RESI&s=SFRD&m=1&sender=SearchResults&a=1545-Winford-Ln-Forest-Park-OH-45240
Because of the number of lender sales in the area the price per square foot is scewed down a little bit.
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